Managing the Inception Team
Convening thought leaders to create a constitution
Designing an open-source, distributed network
Urban development theory
Partnerships and collaboration
I believe that Massive Small holds the potential for a radically more democratic way of developing cities. One where people are given the means and agency to create economic opportunities for themselves.
I am privileged to lead the Massive Small inception team, a group of uniquely talented individuals with a shared vision of how we can revitalise cities. Together we aim to put in place the conditions for Massive Small to become a massively transformative force in the world.
I began to collaborate with my father, Kelvin Campbell, at the same time as encountering complexity theory, and discovering its importance in understanding how cities develop. For the past five years, we have been honing the method and produced several publications.
This collaboration has led to my founding the Massive Small Collective, designed to work according to massive small principles, and to be a platform and opportunity for anyone who wants to make real change in the way their cities work.
I studied Urban Development and Landscape Architecture. Realising the importance of seeing how urban systems are grounded and fundamentally affected by, and dependent on, the larger environmental system; I went on to focus on Sustainability. I also have experience in building transformative communities. Having engaged with chapter-based and purpose-driven organisations like Net Impact and The Natural Step, I now bring this thinking to the formation of this collective.
I hope to serve the community of Massive Small to the best of my ability. If you also see the potential of this platform and would like to get in touch I would be delighted to hear from you, feel free to email me. firstname.lastname@example.org